Bosozoku is a Japanese subculture and motorcycle gang known for their distinct and often flamboyant style, rebellious behavior, and loud, customized motorcycles. The term "bosozoku" roughly translates to "violent running tribe" and refers to these youth subcultures that emerged in Japan in the 1950s. Bosozoku gangs are typically associated with delinquent behavior, including reckless riding, disruptive public displays, and a disregard for traffic laws. They are known for their distinctive uniforms, which often include jumpsuits, oversized sunglasses, and colorful, unconventional hairstyles. While they have diminished in numbers over the years, bosozoku subculture remains a unique and somewhat controversial aspect of Japanese society and history.
- 8.5 oz., 80/20 cotton/polyester blend fleece with 100% cotton face, 20 singles
- Jersey lined hood and Metal eyelets
- Split-stitched double-needle sewing on all seams
- 1x1 ribbing at cuffs & waistband
- Print Method: DIGISOFT®